Miss the old days of projecting photos in a dark room? Projecteo (pronounced “PRO-JEKT-TEA-OH”) can provide the retro photo-viewing experience you crave, from a pocket-sized form factor for $34.98. We’re giving away 3 Projecteo units, each with one slide wheel. If you’re interested in winning one, read on to find out more about Projecteo, then […]
I wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t heard about StickyGram yet – that’s what this review is for. I would be surprised if you haven’t heard about Instagram. If you have snapped away with Instagram and have shared a few photos, then thanks to StickyGram magnets, you can give them a more permanent place. We’re giving away 5 StickyGrams worth $75, so read on if you’d like to win one.
Who doesn’t fancy a shortcut? Life hacks are ingenious tricks that can make your life easier, whether it’s as simple as fitting two bowls in a microwave oven or making a DIY stand for your phone. Since we all know pictures are worth a thousand words, Instagram is an amazing place to find new ideas.
Smartphones and social networks can be a huge distraction factor for kids in school, and especially at home when they should be doing their schoolwork. Today’s kids are all on Instagram, uploading and editing photos, liking other photos, commenting, etc. Like it or not, the way kids use Instagram cannot be ignored, and what’s the best way to beat a problem? Join it, of course! Inside you’ll find several smart ways to utilize Instagram for educational purposes that are fun for all concerned, and are bound to grasp kids’ attention much more than traditional homework.